Tag Archive: 3D modeling

Jan 23 2012

A Few Good Reads (1/23/12): Restoration After Irene

This week: restoring the Tweed River in Vermont, 3D modeling of the Yuba, Thailand’s flood defense effort, and ways to stop multitasking. The Tweed after Irene: How to repair a ruined river (Burlington Free Press) HT: Channel Restorationist The basic work we could do was to get people to stop digging — stop digging an …

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May 05 2011

1-D, 2-D, 3-D, 4


As a I said before, when you need to use a hydraulic model to analyze a problem there are four options, a scaled physical model, three dimensional (3-D) model, two dimensional (2-D) model, or a one dimensional (1-D) model.  Scaled physical models and 3-D models definitely have there place for large complex hydraulic analysis.  Though …

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